US pulls out of UNHRC

Goatman

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#61
Nope we are not gassing them or starving them. More akin to the relocation centers we used for the Japanese in WW2. Try to avoid the dramatics please.
ah yes....the place President Reagan ( the pinko) apologised for back in 1988 ? Manzanar - Wikipedia

here ya go:
Civil Liberties Act of 1988
Enacted by the 100th United States CongressCitations Public law Pub.L. 100–383Statutes at Large 102 Stat. 904Legislative history
  • Introduced in the House as "Civil Liberties Act of 1987" (H.R. 442) by Tom Foley (D-WA) on January 6, 1987
  • Committee consideration by House Judiciary, Senate Governmental
  • Passed the House on September 17, 1987 (243–141)
  • Passed the Senate on April 20, 1988 (69–27, in lieu of S. 1009)
  • Reported by the joint conference committee on July 26, 1988; agreed to by the Senate on July 27, 1988 (voice vote) and by the House on August 4, 1988 (257–156)
  • Signed into law by President Ronald Reagan onAugust 10, 1988

The Civil Liberties Act of 1988 (Pub.L. 100–383, title I, August 10, 1988, 102 Stat. 904, 50a U.S.C. § 1989b et seq.) is a United States federal law that granted reparations to Japanese Americans who had been interned by the United States government during World War II. The act was sponsored by California's DemocraticCongressman Norman Mineta, an internee as a child, and Wyoming's Republican Senator Alan K. Simpson, who first met Mineta while visiting an internment camp. The third co-sponsor was California Senator Pete Wilson. The bill was supported by the majority of Democrats in Congress, while the majority of Republicans voted against it. The act was signed into law by President Ronald Reagan.

The act granted each surviving internee about US$20,000 in compensation (or, $40,000 after inflation-adjustment in 2016 dollars), with payments beginning in 1990. The legislation stated that government actions were based on "race prejudice, war hysteria, and a failure of political leadership" as opposed to legitimate security reasons.[1] A total of 82,219 received redress checks.[2]
 
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The UN and all of the international agencies, be they governmental, or charities, are like any bureaucracy... A virus, that never stops trying to expand itself. You could probably cut half the posts in middle/upper management and likely find the agencies run better and get more help to those who need it.

Trump was spot on and should also look at charities, who have turned into political machines generating stories and propaganda. The Mexican border issue been a good example.

In the UK, the people no longer decide what the politicians debate about, excepting the petition waffle. The media and pressure groups now dictate, what is the agenda to debate on.
 

Goatman

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#64
In the UK, the people no longer decide what the politicians debate about, excepting the petition waffle. The media and pressure groups now dictate, what is the agenda to debate on.
The notable exception being the Brexit referendum- for which the Westminster chatterati utterly SLATED Cameron.

They recognised that - just for once - the British electorate were given the opportunity to tell the political elite exactly what they wanted. Which was to leave the EU.

Incidentally, it also means that Britain will have the right restored to tell the UNHCR to shove its opinions where the monkey put its nuts, should we wish to.
 
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ah yes....the place President Reagan ( the pinko) apologised for back in 1988 ? Manzanar - Wikipedia

here ya go:
Civil Liberties Act of 1988
Enacted by the 100th United States CongressCitations Public law Pub.L. 100–383Statutes at Large 102 Stat. 904Legislative history
  • Introduced in the House as "Civil Liberties Act of 1987" (H.R. 442) by Tom Foley (D-WA) on January 6, 1987
  • Committee consideration by House Judiciary, Senate Governmental
  • Passed the House on September 17, 1987 (243–141)
  • Passed the Senate on April 20, 1988 (69–27, in lieu of S. 1009)
  • Reported by the joint conference committee on July 26, 1988; agreed to by the Senate on July 27, 1988 (voice vote) and by the House on August 4, 1988 (257–156)
  • Signed into law by President Ronald Reagan onAugust 10, 1988

The Civil Liberties Act of 1988 (Pub.L. 100–383, title I, August 10, 1988, 102 Stat. 904, 50a U.S.C. § 1989b et seq.) is a United States federal law that granted reparations to Japanese Americans who had been interned by the United States government during World War II. The act was sponsored by California's DemocraticCongressman Norman Mineta, an internee as a child, and Wyoming's Republican Senator Alan K. Simpson, who first met Mineta while visiting an internment camp. The third co-sponsor was California Senator Pete Wilson. The bill was supported by the majority of Democrats in Congress, while the majority of Republicans voted against it. The act was signed into law by President Ronald Reagan.

The act granted each surviving internee about US$20,000 in compensation (or, $40,000 after inflation-adjustment in 2016 dollars), with payments beginning in 1990. The legislation stated that government actions were based on "race prejudice, war hysteria, and a failure of political leadership" as opposed to legitimate security reasons.[1] A total of 82,219 received redress checks.[2]
Yes but they were American citizens.

Illegals ain’t, plain and simple. Nothing says we have to accommodate and take in every non citizen who manages to make it in.

But maybe we should dump a few million on the shores of the UK. Then you can be told to learn Spanish, by somebody who has no interest in assimilation. Watch your tax dollars go to educate their children at the expense of your own. Oh let’s not forget the medical resources at hospitals they suck up.




The world can hate us honestly, I have seen enough Anti Americanism in my brief life. However the world is not prepared for the average Joe to extend the middle finger finger and root for Trump to hit back. He is in essence the American F%ck you. But things are looking better economically, granted gas prices are still uncomfortably high. The military is being rebuilt, and our boarder situation is being addressed and not ignored.

The world can condemn all they want, but nobody here will listen to hypocrites. The only thing Europe is doing is just cementing the painfully obvious breakup ,to half my country.[/QUOTE]
 
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Goatman

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You think you're the only nation that has non-assimilation issues ? BZZZT - un-UNNHH

Try Bradford...or Stamford,Lincolnshire - where they have to make roadsigns in Latvian...or Southampton....or any inner city borough of that there Londonistan.

and as a German politician said some while ago, about Dubya ,by all means dress like a cowboy but don't forget 'Every sheriff needs a posse'
 
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Yes but they were American citizens.

Illegals ain’t, plain and simple. Nothing says we have to accommodate and take in every non citizen who manages to make it in.

But maybe we should dump a few million on the shores of the UK. Then you can be told to learn Spanish, by somebody who has no interest in assimilation. Watch your tax dollars go to educate their children at the expense of your own. Oh let’s not forget the medical resources at hospitals they suck up.




The world can hate us honestly, I have seen enough Anti Americanism in my brief life. However the world is not prepared for the average Joe to extend the middle finger finger and root for Trump to hit back. He is in essence the American F%ck you. But things are looking better economically, granted gas prices are still uncomfortably high. The military is being rebuilt, and our boarder situation is being addressed and not ignored.

The world can condemn all they want, but nobody here will listen to hypocrites. The only thing Europe is doing is just cementing the painfully obvious breakup ,to half my country.
Not all of us are anti-American... Though, you can be an irritating bunch on holiday.
 
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You think you're the only nation that has non-assimilation issues ? BZZZT - un-UNNHH

Try Bradford...or Stamford,Lincolnshire - where they have to make roadsigns in Latvian...or Southampton....or any inner city borough of that there Londonistan.

and as a German politician said some while ago, about Dubya ,by all means dress like a cowboy but don't forget 'Every sheriff needs a posse'
Well when you ain’t armed a posse you can not make.

Most of us don’t want to play world cop. We are going back to our isolationist ways. Don’t think Cowboy but think more or less Mountain man.

 
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But maybe we should dump a few million on the shores of the UK. Then you can be told to learn Spanish, by somebody who has no interest in assimilation. Watch your tax dollars go to educate their children at the expense of your own. Oh let’s not forget the medical resources at hospitals they suck up.
That's exactly what is happening in Europe including the UK, millions from MENA countries migrating because of terrorism, water shortages, to get away from living in a Muslim country, to want a better standard of living in west. everything really to get away from living in a MENA country

And when they get here they want to turn European countries into MENA country by introducing Islam into the equation, and have no interest in assimilation unless it means their host countries assimilation with Islamic practices
 
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You think you're the only nation that has non-assimilation issues ? BZZZT - un-UNNHH

Try Bradford...or Stamford,Lincolnshire - where they have to make roadsigns in Latvian...or Southampton....or any inner city borough of that there Londonistan.

and as a German politician said some while ago, about Dubya ,by all means dress like a cowboy but don't forget 'Every sheriff needs a rusty badge'
FYFT
 
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That's exactly what is happening in Europe including the UK, millions from MENA countries migrating because of terrorism, water shortages, to get away from living in a Muslim country, to want a better standard of living in west. everything really to get away from living in a MENA country

And when they get here they want to turn European countries into MENA country by introducing Islam into the equation, and have no interest in assimilation unless it means their host countries assimilation with Islamic practices
Which is something at least half of my country wishes to avoid. The Japanese and Aussies don’t **** about, so why should we.
 

Goatman

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yeah thank you , always good to be reminded what that 'Special Relationship' actually means....Uncle Sam's Fúcking gurkha's.

Be interesting to hear how much they value our support next time there's a conflict they need boots on the ground for.

I say 'They' because you are not a U.S citizen are you loki.

Mostly everyone at this point.
Great....divide and conquer...Putin must be laughing his tiny frozen Siberian ex-KGB cóck off about now.....
 
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yeah thank you , always good to be reminded what that 'Special Relationship' actually means....Uncle Sam's Fúcking gurkha's.

Be interesting to hear how much they value our support next time there's a conflict they need boots on the ground for.

I say 'They' because you are not a U.S citizen are you loki
Goat nothing but love for your Forces, but what could you folks actually deploy these days? Your government has shredded your military.

Besides quit talking like an abused pitbull we have a Marine Corps to fill that role.......
 
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Says a nation currently separating children and putting them into prison camps...
Whats your solution then? (ignoring the fact they aren't 'prison camps'). How would you stop mass illegal immigration when those illegally entering the country are deliberately using children as a mechanism to circumvent the rules.

Its very easy to criticise whilst not stumping up an alternative.
 
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Yes but they were American citizens.

Illegals ain’t, plain and simple. Nothing says we have to accommodate and take in every non citizen who manages to make it in.

But maybe we should dump a few million on the shores of the UK. Then you can be told to learn Spanish, by somebody who has no interest in assimilation. Watch your tax dollars go to educate their children at the expense of your own. Oh let’s not forget the medical resources at hospitals they suck up.




The world can hate us honestly, I have seen enough Anti Americanism in my brief life. However the world is not prepared for the average Joe to extend the middle finger finger and root for Trump to hit back. He is in essence the American F%ck you. But things are looking better economically, granted gas prices are still uncomfortably high. The military is being rebuilt, and our boarder situation is being addressed and not ignored.

The world can condemn all they want, but nobody here will listen to hypocrites. The only thing Europe is doing is just cementing the painfully obvious breakup ,to half my country.
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Which is fair.

But it just means next time you are looking for a war to lose - Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq - to count the most recent humiliations, or some people fly some planes into NYC then then you will probably find yourselves on your own.

Which nobody wants do they?
 
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Whats your solution then? (ignoring the fact they aren't 'prison camps'). How would you stop mass illegal immigration when those illegally entering the country are deliberately using children as a mechanism to circumvent the rules.

Its very easy to criticise whilst not stumping up an alternative.
I reckon Jim30 is often down at the Dover Port, directing illegal immigrants to his home and financially subsidising them while they stay in the country. He couldnt possibly be another hypocrite who doesnt give a **** about illegal immigrants in his own country but chooses to complain about the USA.
 
#80
UK media laying the white-guilt on reeeeally thick about these illegal immigrantsat the moment.

Sky news in particular has about 4 propaganda pieces on it's website.
 

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